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- Newspaper: St. Louis Palladium (St. Louis, MO)
October 14, 1905
Notice! Notice!! Notice!!!
The whereabouts of Mrs. Ann Payne,
who formerly lived on Targee street
now known as Johnson street, is desired
by her sister, Mrs. Susie McGurth,
living at 1546 South Second street. She
would be pleased to find her.
November 26, 1904
V. J. Lancaster, of 2206 Walnut
street, wishes to find the whereabouts
of his brother, Frank Lancaster. They
formerly lived in Louisville, Ky. Call
at Palladium office.
October 24, 1903
The whereabouts of one George
Henry Johnson, who lived in Concordia
parish, La. He left there
in 1872. We learn that he moved
to East Baton Rouge, La. He has one
sister, named Millie Johnson. His father's
name is Robert Johnson, who
now sells The Palladium, and his stepmother
is Abbie Johnson. They now
live at 209 South Fifteenth…
April 13, 1907
$2000 FOR JAMES H. ROGERS
LAST HEARD OF IN ST. LOUIS.
To the Paladium.
Please give me space in your columns
to locate one, James H. Rogers.
He has relatives in this state, and
upon his presence depends the settlement
of a will involving several thousand
dollars. $2,000 will be paid to
James Rogers, the senior brother of
October 14, 1905
Friends in St. Louis would like to
know the whereabouts of Ella Upshaw,
residing in Washington. D. C., and who
was formerly Ella S. Pienor. Any in-
formation concerning this party will
be gladly received at The Palladium of-
fice, 2617 Lawton avenue, St. Louis, Mo.
February 6, 1904
cerning Mrs. Annie Johnson, formerly
Miss Annie Murrell. She lived in Dyer
county, Tenn. Any information will
be thankfully received by Mrs. Ellen
Mayes, of 4040 -----------------.
September 19, 1903
cerning the whereabouts of Wilson
Sanford, who formerly lived in Hazle-
hurst. Copiah county, Miss. He left
there about twenty years ago. Any in-
formation concerning him will be
thankfully received by Miss Annie Al-
vorid, of 4119 Fairfax avenue.
August 22, 1903
August 29, 1903
cerning the whereabouts of Rev. P. J.
Jackson, who formerly lived in Mem-
phis, Tenn. He came to St. Louis
about eight months ago and preached
in several churches in this city. Any
information will be thankfully re-
ceived at this office.
March 24, 1906
INFORMATION WANTED CONCERNING
MARY AND ELIZA BAILEY
The name Bailey was that of their
master, who lived in Saline county,
Mo., in 1860 or 1861. The father's name
was Nathan Howard Bailey, the mother's